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Two women entrepreneurs share their journey from being school friends to co-founders, and how they are reforming the way children are educated.
Childhood friends Ruchi Jhawar and Anju Modi co-founded Cogitus in 2017 that aims to give children a more creative and innovative shot at learning.
The startup is headquartered in Ranchi and has centres in Bengaluru, Pune, Indore, Satna, and Surat. It also has a marketing centre in Dubai.
The co-founders describe Cogitus as a higher order thinking after-school programme, which focuses on building the vital skills of creative, cognitive, and critical thinking in children between the ages of 4 and 14.
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